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Posted: 8/25/2005 3:27:12 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/25/2005 3:29:25 PM EDT by Lumpy196]

Marine Capt. David McElliott of Seattle, assigned to India Company, 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, guards a road during a patrol in the market area of Hit, Iraq, on Wednesday. Scott Olson / Getty Images


Marine Lance Cpl. Mark Beyers of Alden, N.Y., a member of India Company, 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, patrols the market area in Hit, Iraq, on Wednesday. Scott Olson / Getty Images


Soldiers prepare to tow away the bullet-damaged vehicle that had been carrying Iraqi Deputy Minister of Justice Bosho Ibrahim on Wednesday. Ibrahim, a Kurd, was unharmed in the assassination attempt, the second on his life in a 24-hour period. His four bodyguards were killed and five others were wounded. Ahmad Al-Rubaye / Agence France-Presse


Spc. Michael Olivas of Fresno, Calif., attached to the 3rd Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, secures an area of Baghdad on Wednesday. Liu Jin / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images


Lt. Col. Ross Brown, left, of McLean, Va., and Cpl. Donald Willems of Fort Pierce, Fla., cover a highway manhole on the outskirts of Baghdad on Wednesday. Brown is commander of 3rd Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment. Liu Jin / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images


A soldier from 3rd Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment searches for improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and weapons caches during a reconnaissance mission on the outskirts of Baghdad on Wednesday. Liu Jin / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images


US Army's 82nd Airborne soldiers take cover as they patrol Baghdad's notorious Haifa Street district, January 2005. US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld ordered two battalions from the Army's 82nd Airborne Division to deploy to Iraq for 120 days to beef up security for the elections, the Pentagon said.(AFP/File/Charles Onians)


An Iraqi man (background) watches a U.S. soldier as he stands guard after a bomb exploded in Baghdad August 22, 2005. The United States must not hesitate to hand over to the Iraqi military when it is ready and banish the appearance of occupation that may hinder political progress, a senior U.S. commander said on Wednesday. (Ali Jasim/Reuters)


An Iraqi policeman hands back a gun to a driver after checking the gun's serial number at a security checkpoint in Baghdad August 25, 2005. Security in Iraq has been tightened after rival Shi'ite factions clashed Wednesday night. REUTERS/Mohammad Ameen


Supporters of Iraqi cleric Moqtada al-Sadr guard his office in Diwaniyah 180 km (112 miles) south of Baghdad August 25, 2005. Supporters of al-Sadr opposed to a new, U.S.-backed constitution clashed with police and rival militias in Baghdad and other cities overnight. But on top of a bloody show of force by Sunni insurgents on Baghdad's streets on Wednesday, the violence involving al-Sadr's Mehdi Army and rival Shi'ite groups may dent its hopes of a smooth passage for the charter in an October referendum. (Stringer/Reuters)


Supporters of Moqtada al-Sadr cry in their newly re-opened offices as members of the Iraqi Interior Ministry's elite force inspect damage in Najaf August 25, 2005. Supporters of al-Sadr opposed to a new U.S.-backed constitution clashed with police and rival militias in Baghdad and other cities overnight. But on top of a bloody show of force by Sunni insurgents on Baghdad's streets on Wednesday, the violence involving al-Sadr's Mehdi Army and rival Shi'ite groups may dent its hopes of a smooth passage for the charter in an October referendum. REUTERS/Stringer


Returning Soldiers of the Cuscatlan Battalion are checked-in at a military base in Comalapa, El Salvador Wednesday Aug. 24, 2005 after completing humanitarian duty in Iraq. The Central American nation started contributing troops to the U.S.-led effort in Iraq in 2003. El Salvador is the only Latin American country still participating in the conflict.(AP Photo/Edgar ROMERO )



An Israeli security guards scuffles with a Palestinian during a demonstration against a separation barrier in the West bank village of Al-Ramadin. Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas accused Israel of wrecking prospects for peace after soldiers killed five militants and plans were unveiled to expand the largest West Bank settlement.(AFP/Hossam Abu Alan)


An Israeli soldier watches a bulldozer demolishing former settlers' homes in the evacuated Jewish settlement of Gadid, in the southern Gaza Strip, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2005. Israel forged ahead with the final phase of its landmark Gaza evacuation Wednesday, tying up crucial deals on border security and the disposal of demolished settler homes so it can wind up its 38-year occupation by a mid-September target. (AP Photo/Baz Ratner)


Armed Palestinians from the military wing of Hamas group jump during a military excursuses in the north of Gaza Strip August 25, 2005. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said on Thursday there was no reason to keep Islamic militant group Hamas out of government if it won enough votes in impending Palestinian parliamentary elections. In an interview which will appear in France's Liberation newspaper on Friday, Abbas said he believed Hamas leaders were becoming integrated into Palestinian political life and would in the future transform the movement into a party. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah


A Palestinian gunman holds his rifle during a rally near the security wall of the Jewish settlement of Neve Dekalim, in the outskirts of Khan Younis, in the central Gaza Strip, Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2005. Fadwa Barghouti, the wife of jailed Palestinian uprising leader Marwan Barghouti organized a rally Wednesday calling for the release of her husband, who was snatched by Israeli troops in April 2002. Barghouti is serving five life terms in an Israeli prison after being convicted in connection with deadly Palestinian attacks. (AP Photo/Karel Prinsloo)


An Afghan police officer stands guard as villagers watch a mobile theatre about the parliamentary elections in front of the remains of the giant Buddhas in Bamiyan, about 240 km (149 mileas) northwest of Kabul, August 24, 2005. The mobile theatre campaign is called 'New Hope' and is organised by the Sayara media and communications group in an effort to support the public information and awareness about the coming parliamentary elections across the country. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood


Afghan men walk past policemen guarding the Afghan Joint Electoral Management Body (JEMB) compound in Kabul 25,2005. U.S. and Afghan forces backed by a giant B-52 bomber, A-10 attack aircraft and helicopters killed an estimated 16 militants in southern Afghanistan in the past two days, the U.S. military said on Thursday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra Email Photo Print Photo


Pakistani para-military troops stand guard in Hyderabad, 175 kilometer (109 miles) northeast of Karachi, Pakistan, to ensure security during the second phase of municipal elections Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2005. Polling will start on Aug. 25 to choose new councilors and mayors amid tight security and reports that women in some deeply conservative constituencies had been barred from participating. (AP Photo/ Pervez Masih)


Masked Russian servicemen stand guard at the site of a bomb blast in the centre of southern region's key town of Nazran while experts investigate the car of Ingushetia's Prime Minister Ibrahim Malsagov, August 25, 2005. A blast in a province bordering Chechnya on Thursday killed at least one man and wounded three more, including Malsagov, just one week before the anniversary of the Beslan school siege. REUTERS/Eduard Kornienko


Russian airborne soldiers coordinate with paratroops' combat vehicles to attack targets during a forced isolation drill in east China's Shandong Province, Thursday, Aug 25, 2005. Chinese and Russian troops launched the drill as the last item of actual combat in the joint military exercise dubbed 'Peace Mission 2005' on Thursday. Chinese Defense Minister Cao Gangchuan and his Russian counterpart Sergei Ivanov observed the exercise. (Xinhua Photo/Wang Jianmin)


German President Horst Koehler talks to soldiers during his visit to an infantry battalion of the German armed forces Bundeswehr in the northern German town of Munster August 25, 2005. Responding to a challenge by two parliamentarians, the Federal Constitutional Court voted 7-1 on Thursday that President Horst Koehler had acted correctly in dissolving parliament last month and calling the election one year ahead of schedule. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann


German President Horst Koehler (C) talks to soldiers during his visit to an armoured infantry battalion of the German armed forces Bundeswehr in the northern German town of Munster August 25, 2005. Germany's highest court has removed the final hurdle to a September 18 election that polls show will push Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder from office in favour of a new conservative government run by Angela Merkel. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann


German police officers with machine guns check cars during a search for three terror suspects in central Hamburg August 25, 2005. More than 1,000 German police were deployed in the large-scale search as roadblocks and controls were set up at 12 points in Germany's second city after an Arabic-speaking witness overheard the men at a bus stop on Wednesday, praising Allah and heroism in Arabic. REUTERS/Christian Charisius


An armed police officer guards the gates to Prime Minister Tony Blair's official residence in London's Downing Street, Wednesday Aug. 24, 2005. The British government on Wednesday published its standards for excluding or deporting foreign extremists, and promised to act against some people within days. The standards are part of the government's response to the July 7 terrorist bombings which killed 52 people on London's Underground system and a bus. (AP Photo/ Jane Mingay)



Rebel troops of Free Aceh Movement stand guard near their camp in Aceh Besar, Aceh province, Indonesia, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2005. Injustice and uneven development sparked violent separatist movements that threatened Indonesia's stability, the president said Tuesday, defending decisions to offer special autonomy to Aceh and Papua provinces. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakkara)


Indonesian navy troops patrol near a Croatian ship near the Indonesian city of Surabaya August 25, 2005. Croatia has protested to the Indonesian government following the seizure of a Croatian-flagged ship which had been carrying illegal logs, the country's ambassador said on Wednesday. Armed Indonesian navy personnel stormed the MV Mirna Rijeka on Tuesday and detained the Croatian captain and 17 crew members at the main port in the city of Surabaya in East Java province. The nationalities of the crew were not immediately known. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas


A Thai police personnel escorts prisoners at the international airport in Bangkok August 25, 2005. More than 50 Thai prisoners were released from Myanmar's Insein prison and flown back to Thailand on Thursday, according to a statement released on Thursday by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom


Members of Bolivian drug police patrol during a raid near the Monte Sinai district of the Chapare Province in the Bolivian Amazon August 18, 2005. After their latest victory in convincing the Bolivian government to legalize for each farmer a small plot of coca for personal consumption, the region's coca growers have begun to collaborate more and more with the authorities in the eradication of the illegal excess coca. Picture taken August 18, 2005. To match feature Bolivia-Coca. REUTERS/David Mercado


This undated from video shows an alleged drug trafficker with a machine gun in the Tabajaras hillside shantytown, at Copacabana neighborhood, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. An 80-year-old woman filmed drug traffickers near her Copacabana beach apartment for two years and delivered 22 films to police, triggering a massive raid against a slum drug gang. Police arrested 15 suspected traffickers _ including two Rio de Janeiro state police officers _ and are searching for others identified in the films, said Marcela Lobo of Rio's Public Safety Secretariat. (AP Photo/Agencia Globo)


Mexican Federal Investigations Agency agents patroll streets in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, in this June 14, 2005 file photo. According to a spokesman for Mexican President Vicente Fox on Monday, Aug. 15, 2005, the surge in violence along the U.S. border makes the need for a migration accord with the United States more urgent. Violence has claimed many lives along the border this year, including 110 in Nuevo Laredo, across the border from Laredo, Texas. (AP Photo/ Eduardo Verdugo)


Mexican state police at a road check outside Nuevo Laredo. The border town with the US has become the hub for a renegade band of Mexican military deserters, known as the 'Zetas,' that is reportedly operating in the US to protect drugs shipped by Mexican smugglers(AFP/File/Alfredo Estrella)



State police raid a property in the town of Escobedo, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico on Wednesday Aug. 24, 2005. Several properties have been raided in recent days after a group of men allegedly tied to organized crime were arrested while holding a meeting at a restaurant in this northern industrial city.(AP Photo/Juan Manuel Villasenor)


State police, one wearing an FBI cap, raid a property in the town of Escobedo, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico on Wednesday Aug. 24, 2005. Several properties have been raided in recent days after a group of men allegedly tied to organized crime were arrested while holding a meeting at a restaurant in this northern industrial city.(AP Photo/Juan Manuel Villasenor)





Link Posted: 8/25/2005 3:32:07 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/25/2005 3:32:50 PM EDT by Dolomite]

Good thing there was a photographer nearby otherwise the Cpl. would’ve been doing that by himself!


Trij?
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 3:34:08 PM EDT
Another great set, thanks!
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 3:37:10 PM EDT


Ok... It looks kinda like a K2 but... not

What is it?
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 3:37:59 PM EDT
This cooperation between the Russian's and the Chinese is a scary thing.


As always, thanks Lump.
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 3:45:53 PM EDT
I love it when Al-sadr supporters cry. Bwahaha

Link Posted: 8/25/2005 3:54:52 PM EDT
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 3:56:14 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Dolomite:



Trij?




Russian 1P29 Daytime Scope.
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 4:00:24 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Lumpy196:

Mexican Federal Investigations Agency agents patroll streets in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, in this June 14, 2005 file photo. According to a spokesman for Mexican President Vicente Fox on Monday, Aug. 15, 2005, the surge in violence along the U.S. border makes the need for a migration accord with the United States more urgent. Violence has claimed many lives along the border this year, including 110 in Nuevo Laredo, across the border from Laredo, Texas. (AP Photo/ Eduardo Verdugo)



Hey Vicente, I got your migration accord right here:
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 4:08:45 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/25/2005 4:13:02 PM EDT by M1-Matt]

Originally Posted By Lumpy196:

German President Horst Koehler talks to soldiers during his visit to an infantry battalion of the German armed forces Bundeswehr in the northern German town of Munster August 25, 2005. Responding to a challenge by two parliamentarians, the Federal Constitutional Court voted 7-1 on Thursday that President Horst Koehler had acted correctly in dissolving parliament last month and calling the election one year ahead of schedule. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann


German President Horst Koehler (C) talks to soldiers during his visit to an armoured infantry battalion of the German armed forces Bundeswehr in the northern German town of Munster August 25, 2005. Germany's highest court has removed the final hurdle to a September 18 election that polls show will push Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder from office in favour of a new conservative government run by Angela Merkel. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann



For some reason these photos and captions make me feel like this
Also do I faintly hear the Horst Wessel lied in the back ground?
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 4:31:22 PM EDT
Thank you Lumpy!!

This has been one of the best of your photo posts... just great!

I have said this before and will as long as you do it... this is my absolute favorite recurring post here on ARFCOM


To the last guy blathering about the Horst Wessel...

With China and Russia joining hands like they are... who do you think is gonna be there to stop them this time, eh??

The French???

An Ultra Conservative Germany getting back into the game is just what we NEED!

Horst Wessel my EYE! Germany is so far left liberal they think our Democrats are Nazi simps and ecological rapists.

Nazis again... Hah! Never happen...


Dram out

Link Posted: 8/25/2005 5:43:52 PM EDT
Pic-pimpage.
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 6:41:44 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Sub-MOA:
us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/rids/20050825/i/r163990654.jpg?x=380&y=266&sig=v9kJ5stsN1W66SrkAmrAhg--

Ok... It looks kinda like a K2 but... not

What is it?



MP5SD with the bigger suppressor and a straight stick magazine. The rear sight looks strange, though.
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 6:44:17 PM EDT


So let me get this straight, terrorists are allowed to train in palestine because the president of that country feels they can contribute something??? ah..........HELL NO
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 7:25:45 PM EDT

Originally Posted By natez:

Originally Posted By Sub-MOA:
us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/rids/20050825/i/r163990654.jpg?x=380&y=266&sig=v9kJ5stsN1W66SrkAmrAhg--

Ok... It looks kinda like a K2 but... not

What is it?



MP5SD with the bigger suppressor and a straight stick magazine. The rear sight looks strange, though.



I think you're wrong.
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 7:44:28 PM EDT

Originally Posted By BlammO:

Originally Posted By Lumpy196:
us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/ap/20050815/capt.mo80108152318.mexico_border_violence_mo801.jpg?x=380&y=267&sig=rgKN7nLxt2G8kitgoQeyjA--
Mexican Federal Investigations Agency agents patroll streets in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, in this June 14, 2005 file photo. According to a spokesman for Mexican President Vicente Fox on Monday, Aug. 15, 2005, the surge in violence along the U.S. border makes the need for a migration accord with the United States more urgent. Violence has claimed many lives along the border this year, including 110 in Nuevo Laredo, across the border from Laredo, Texas. (AP Photo/ Eduardo Verdugo)



Hey Vicente, I got your migration accord right here: www.clicksmilies.com/s0105/sauer/angry-smiley-021.gif



Isn't that Zaphod's new home town? Kevlar underwear maybe?
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 7:47:16 PM EDT
What kind of weapon is this on the left?



Looks like an AR type receiver and an AR mag, but no buffer tube?
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 8:14:56 PM EDT
Thanks again Lumpy!

Link Posted: 8/25/2005 8:24:11 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/25/2005 8:26:07 PM EDT by Lumpy196]

Originally Posted By back40:
What kind of weapon is this on the left?

us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/rids/20050823/i/r1761813175.jpg?x=380&y=259&sig=XCim7R0tg1uNBJ1T1ELOWQ--

Looks like an AR type receiver and an AR mag, but no buffer tube?




Singapore's licensed version of the FN FNC.

Thats the PINDAD SS1-V5 carbine version. The full size is the SS1-V1.

www.pindad.co.id/product/prodmil_1/ss1v5.html



Link Posted: 8/25/2005 8:31:57 PM EDT
Great ones thanks.
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 8:54:25 PM EDT
Great pics again Lumpy.THanks!!!!
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 9:00:59 PM EDT
good stuff, thanks!
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 9:13:03 PM EDT

Awesome pictures !!

Thanks Lumpy.
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 9:20:13 PM EDT
The Lump-ster comes through yet again!!
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 9:22:36 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Dolomite:
www.armytimes.com/content/editorial/editart/082505front3.JPG
Good thing there was a photographer nearby otherwise the Cpl. would’ve been doing that by himself!








Very true

Link Posted: 8/25/2005 9:23:44 PM EDT
That Brazilian woman who taped the drug dealers has some big brass ones, I hope they keep her safe.
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 9:28:47 PM EDT
Thats the gun Al Pacino used in Heat.
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 9:29:31 PM EDT

Originally Posted By THellURider:

Originally Posted By natez:

Originally Posted By Sub-MOA:
us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/rids/20050825/i/r163990654.jpg?x=380&y=266&sig=v9kJ5stsN1W66SrkAmrAhg--

Ok... It looks kinda like a K2 but... not

What is it?



MP5SD with the bigger suppressor and a straight stick magazine. The rear sight looks strange, though.



I think you're wrong.





I agree looks like some some sort of HK SD/deawoo K2 hybrid
god knows what they make in shops around the word
Link Posted: 8/25/2005 10:18:47 PM EDT
Great pics, once again.

Thanks for the update and heads up.
Link Posted: 8/27/2005 8:47:09 AM EDT
Gonna miss these threads, come back soon Lumpster
Link Posted: 8/27/2005 8:58:11 AM EDT

Originally Posted By www-glock19-com:

Originally Posted By THellURider:

Originally Posted By natez:

Originally Posted By Sub-MOA:
us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/rids/20050825/i/r163990654.jpg?x=380&y=266&sig=v9kJ5stsN1W66SrkAmrAhg--

Ok... It looks kinda like a K2 but... not

What is it?



MP5SD with the bigger suppressor and a straight stick magazine. The rear sight looks strange, though.



I think you're wrong.





I agree looks like some some sort of HK SD/deawoo K2 hybrid
god knows what they make in shops around the word



That is the Daewoo K7 SMG.



Link Posted: 8/27/2005 9:47:24 AM EDT

Thanks again Lumpy
Link Posted: 8/27/2005 9:56:17 AM EDT


We should have killed Sadr last August.
Link Posted: 8/27/2005 10:04:30 AM EDT

Supporters of Moqtada al-Sadr cry in their newly re-opened offices as members of the Iraqi Interior Ministry's elite force inspect damage in Najaf August 25, 2005. Supporters of al-Sadr opposed to a new U.S.-backed constitution clashed with police and rival militias in Baghdad and other cities overnight. But on top of a bloody show of force by Sunni insurgents on Baghdad's streets on Wednesday, the violence involving al-Sadr's Mehdi Army and rival Shi'ite groups may dent its hopes of a smooth passage for the charter in an October referendum. REUTERS/Stringer


I thought those shitbirds were the enemy? WTF are they doing with guns still in hand and wearing BA?? They should be laying dead in a pool of blood damn it!!
Link Posted: 8/27/2005 10:10:12 PM EDT
Better late than never BTT! Thanks Lumpy, great pics.
Link Posted: 8/27/2005 11:22:52 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Tuukka:
That is the Daewoo K7 SMG.

I wonder if it will last through it's 3 yr. 36,000 round waranty?
Link Posted: 8/27/2005 11:25:34 PM EDT

Originally Posted By photoman:
I thought those shitbirds were the enemy? WTF are they doing with guns still in hand and wearing BA?? They should be laying dead in a pool of blood damn it!!

They are the enemy. There must be a bunch of doofus lawyers in the DoD whining about "representation" from all factions. That's BS of course. We should get rid of the bad guys first, then we deal with the ones left.
Link Posted: 8/28/2005 5:16:32 AM EDT

Originally Posted By Tuukka:

Originally Posted By www-glock19-com:

Originally Posted By THellURider:

Originally Posted By natez:

Originally Posted By Sub-MOA:
us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/rids/20050825/i/r163990654.jpg?x=380&y=266&sig=v9kJ5stsN1W66SrkAmrAhg--

Ok... It looks kinda like a K2 but... not

What is it?



MP5SD with the bigger suppressor and a straight stick magazine. The rear sight looks strange, though.



I think you're wrong.





I agree looks like some some sort of HK SD/deawoo K2 hybrid
god knows what they make in shops around the word



That is the Daewoo K7 SMG.

kr.img.dc.yahoo.com/b11/data/military/b5/1119701019_ALSeeEdit_3302.jpg




Tuukka, as always, you rock.
Thank you
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